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Swaying Skyscrapers During Earthquake in Japan

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  • 14 Mar, 2013  |
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№1 Author: rodrigozanatta (15 Mar 2013 06:40) Total user comments: 695


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And the build this people are in, are not moving?
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№2 Author: Nick1090 (15 Mar 2013 09:13) Total user comments: 1200


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The buildings are designed to sway. They absorb the shock much better.
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№3 Author: superfao (15 Mar 2013 18:20) Total user comments: 209


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Iron balls the guy who was recording the video instead of leaving his building in screaming in panic
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№4 Author: Píixan (15 Mar 2013 21:42) Total user comments: 1014


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Thumbs up for modern engineering :04:
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№5 Author: mudgie (16 Mar 2013 14:39) Total user comments: 366


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I'm amazed at how steady the camera is during all this. I know the building is designed to absorb it but never realized it did it that well.
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